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Tom Novy
Tom Novy
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Background information
Thomas Reichold
Born (1970-03-10) March 10, 1970 (age 47)
Kaufbeuren
Genres House, trance
Record producer, DJ
1995-present
Labels Kosmo Records, Rulin Records, Data Records, Ministry of Sound Australia
Website http://www.tomnovy.de

Tom Novy (born Thomas Reichold)[1] is a DJ and producer from Munich, Germany. His best known singles include "Without Your Love" and "Your Body". Novy started producing music in 1994 when he signed for the Munich-based record label, Kosmo Records, with his first record, "I House U", a cover of the Jungle Brothers' "I'll House You", with lyrics by Novy. His original tracks ran more along the subgenre of European-flavoured progressive house. Since then, Novy has moved to a Chicago-style garage house sound, usually vocalized.[]

Discography

Singles

Tom Novy

  • 1995 "I House U"
  • 1996 "The Odyssey" (with Afrika Islam & Vicky Culhoun)
  • 1997 "Creator" (with Oliver Morgenroth)
  • 1999 "I Rock" (with Adrian Misiewicz & Virginia) - #55 UK
  • 2000 "Now Or Never" (with Adrian Misiewicz & Lima - #64 UK
  • 2000 "My Definition EP"
  • 2000 "Welcome To The Race" (with Adrian Misiewicz & Lima)
  • 2000 "Music Is Wonderful" (with Adrian Misiewicz & Lima)
  • 2001 "Back To The Streets"
  • 2002 "It's Over" (with Sabrynaah Pope)
  • 2003 "Loving You" (with Adrian Misiewicz)
  • 2003 "Without Your Love" (with Adrian Misiewicz & Lima) - #80 AUS
  • 2004 "Your Body" (with Adrian Misiewicz & Michael Marshall) - #36 AUS
  • 2005 "Take It (Closing Time)" (with Adrian Misiewicz, Jan Krause & Lima) - #54 AUS
  • 2006 "Unexpected" (with Adrian Bahil & Robin Felder)
  • 2007 "My House" (with Adrian Bahil & Michael Marshall)
  • 2008 "Runaway" (with Adrian Bahil & Abigail Bailey)
  • 2008 "Fluxkompensator" (with Adrian Bahil & Abigail Bailey)
  • 2008 "Ziganje" (with Adrian Bahil)
  • 2009 "(My City Is) My Lab" (with Adrian Bahil & Sandra Nasic)
  • 2009 "Follow Me To Ibiza 2009"
  • 2010 "Touch my Junk" GU Music[1]

Novy vs. Eniac

All were collaborations with Eniac
  • 1998 "Smoke Dis"
  • 1998 "Superstar" - #25 Switzerland, #30 Austria, #32 UK, #56 Netherlands
  • 1998 "Someday > Somehow" (with Virginia)
  • 1999 "Pumpin" - #19 UK[1]

Other aliases

  • 2003 ""The First The Last Eternity"" with Snap!
  • 2003 "@ Work", as Supermodel DJs (with Phil Fuldner)
  • 2005 "I Need Your Lovin", as Casanovy (with Adrian Misiewicz)
  • 2006 "New Dimension", as Yvonn (with Adrian Bahil and Bill Brown)
  • 2006 "The Power", as Tom Novy vs. TV Rock (with TV Rock)
  • 2007 "Slap That Bitch", as Tom Novy vs. JCA (with Jean-Claude Ades, Patty the Downtownprincess and Simone Anés)

Albums

  • 2000 My Definition
  • 2006 Superstar

References

  1. ^ a b c Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 398. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 

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